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Association between DRD2/DRD4 interaction and conduct disorder: a potential developmental pathway to alcohol dependence.

Mota NR, Bau CH, Banaschewski T, Buitelaar JK, Ebstein RP, Franke B, Gill M, Kuntsi J, Manor I, Miranda A, Mulas F, Oades RD, Roeyers H, Rothenberger A, Sergeant JA, Sonuga-Barke EJ, Steinhausen HC, Faraone SV, Asherson P. Association between DRD2/DRD4 interaction and conduct disorder: a potential developmental pathway to alcohol dependence. . 2013 Sep; 162B(6):546-9.

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